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PIR Ceiling Occupancy Sensor, 1200 sq ft, 24VDC

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Wattstopper’s CI-200 Series Passive Infrared (PIR) Ceiling Sensors provide 360° coverage to detect occupancy in the controlled area. These low-profile sensors reliably control lighting in a variety of applications.
Contact Rating 1 A @ 30 VDC/VAC
Footprint 1200 sq ft

Features

  • 360° coverage
  • User-adjustable time delay and sensitivity
  • Low-profile design
  • Built-in light level sensor
  • Isolated relay for use with HVAC or other control systems
  • ASIC enhances reliability and helps eliminate false triggers
  • Automatic or manual-on operation when used with a BZ-150 Power Pack

Specifications

General Info
Product Line Wattstopper
Replaced by Part Number  CI-300
UPC Number 754182913282
Country Of Origin China
Dimensions
Product Width US 3.0 in
Product Weight US 0.4 lb
Product Volume US 38.67 cu in
Product Depth US 3.75 in
Product Height US 2.75 in

Resources

CAD Drawings
57-003-1 - Any 8-Wire Occupancy Sensor "Standard Schematic"
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57-003-1 - Any 8-Wire Occupancy Sensor "Standard Schematic"
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57-003-1 - Any 8-Wire Occupancy Sensor "Standard Schematic"
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57-003-1 - Any 8-Wire Occupancy Sensor "Standard Schematic"
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57-003-1 - Any 8-Wire Occupancy Sensor "Standard Schematic"
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57-010 - Multiple Occupancy Sensors Using One Power Pack
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57-010 - Multiple Occupancy Sensors Using One Power Pack
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57-010 - Multiple Occupancy Sensors Using One Power Pack
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57-010 - Multiple Occupancy Sensors Using One Power Pack
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57-039-11 - MB-1 Mounting Information using CI-Series Sensors
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57-039-11 - MB-1 Mounting Information using CI-Series Sensors
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57-039-11 - MB-1 Mounting Information using CI-Series Sensors
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57-039-2 - CI Series Sensor Installation
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57-039-2 - CI Series Sensor Installation
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57-039-2 - CI Series Sensor Installation
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57-039-2 - CI Series Sensor Installation
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57-041-1 - 8-Wire Sensor Interfacing With A Thermostat
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57-041-1 - 8-Wire Sensor Interfacing With A Thermostat
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57-041-1 - 8-Wire Sensor Interfacing With A Thermostat
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57-041-1 - 8-Wire Sensor Interfacing With A Thermostat
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57-303 - CI, DT, UT-305 Standard Schematic
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57-303 - CI, DT, UT-305 Standard Schematic
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57-303 - CI, DT, UT-305 Standard Schematic
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57-303 - CI, DT, UT-305 Standard Schematic
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60-601-2 - LI/LP Relay Panels Occupancy Sensor Connection
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60-601-2 - LI/LP Relay Panels Occupancy Sensor Connection
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60-601-2 - LI/LP Relay Panels Occupancy Sensor Connection
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60-601-2 - LI/LP Relay Panels Occupancy Sensor Connection
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CI-200
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CI-200
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CI-200
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CI-200-1
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CI-200-1
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CI-200-1
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CI-200-1cp - CI-200-1 Coverage Pattern
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CI-200-1cp - CI-200-1 Coverage Pattern
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CI-200-1cp - CI-200-1 Coverage Pattern
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CI-200cp - CI-200 Coverage Pattern
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CI-200cp - CI-200 Coverage Pattern
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CI-200cp - CI-200 Coverage Pattern
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CI-205
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CI-205
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CI-205
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CI-205-1
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CI-205-1
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CI-205-1
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Questions & Answers

Lights cycle on and off , been install for 10 years , just start this issue, power supply BZ-50 or sensor CI-205 problem? Are sensor W-500A and W-1000A obsolete ? if so what Replacement recommend ?

Asked by: Michael Brown
Most likely the power pack is the cause. W500A DISC REC SUB UT3051 W1000A DISC REC SUB UT3052
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2022-10-24

I would like to completely disable the sensor. How can I do this?

Asked by: MSSLA
Place all of the dip switches in the On position except for number 6, it will remain Off. This will place the sensor into Service mode.
Answered by: Tier 1 Tech Support
Date published: 2021-09-15

I have a ci 200 series installed in some massage rooms. They are at max setting of 30 minutes and the lights are coming on halfway through a 1 hour session. Is there a solution for this?

Asked by: Mike
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